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By Uzi Baram, Lynda Carroll

Archaeology within the heart East and the Balkans hardly ever focuses at the fresh prior; therefore, archaeologists have mostly neglected the fabric continues to be of the Ottoman Empire. Drawing on a large choice of case reports and essays, this quantity files the rising box of Ottoman archaeology and the connection of this new box to anthropological, classical, and old archaeology in addition to Ottoman reviews.

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